I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream (Harlan Ellison)
DOS game, 1995
Gone are the days when point'n’click adventures dominated the gaming industry. It is no secret that adventure games have "committed suicide", but we will return to the title that caused a small revolution (not only) of this genre in the golden adventure times.
The I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream adventure often appears in various charts of the "weirdest" or "most depressing" games, and rightly so. The game excelled in a dark atmosphere, captivating gloomy story and unprecedentedly complex and complicated characters. To make matters worse, the way the game's story unfolds is no less extraordinary and literally groundbreaking for storytelling in computer games.
The adventure I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream is loosely inspired by the story of Harlan Ellison, who also contributed intensively to the creation of the game. The now defunct studio, The Dreamers Guild, was in charge of the development. Soon after its launch, the title attracted attention, with enthusiastic reactions and considerable embarrassment. The game has won a number of awards, such as "The Best Dark Game of 1996" at the Digital Hollywood Conference, and Computer Gaming Word declared the game the adventure of the year.
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